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EVKNINf) nUMjETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. SATtinDAY, SEPT. IS. 1D06.
Expert Opinions On Big Gans Nelson Fight
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T " T'.is '.ii Kelson 12-roi nil flgl
,,.iti. .; epoitcd lo'iiul ht
i'ii i ii' i in r ictln. by hi eelal e:i
i" ni'il' In whMi "lain git
' il' Mofl Vi i foul, crCltcd III
ii ' 'in-ni' n bjciughout iho com
if r i . , - r, : li' ci'iliilons f Btrnl
I -Li i ' .f i regard tn the grcnt
Mii toft npnt Ills rWlit out ( '
(in I'Sli'K lee fight eoultl haia
i H.'d teioro ur thirtieth rotiml.
.'vn in i in. lilt tot j- ol boxing lin9
t uliT'lglitr put up mull a perform
aaci as it ikdclli lit.
It jor fair 'Ifilon nai rendered,
(lungs Hilir ii'f otic when liu award
ed t'.if right ti 'Jang.
Ills MiyriM- generalship and hnow
letin rt if lighting panic won tin
it.) for tlit odorcd man.
It 'nil? i's though Nelson, who 'm
n ty bully beaten man, tool; an
cany wry in quit.
psttjltii; N'lugn tool; an awful bell
ing 1 1 cup or the greatest fights that
Baseball As Seen By Famous
American League Umpire
By FRM.'K O'LOUCHLIN,
The Finour 'v-nerlcan League Umpl.-e
A bui 'la raining I by no mrji.t
in Uspo.iSAl to a gont umpire. Son"
ii.M--1oi.h i mplres ellhi r shine as pro
ft s: lou.iln ti amateurs yet I tlatt'it
myi'lf tint I was a ver.- fair amntei.i
plaifl I ;ot my early baseball iila
.ltt.,11 I. l.,v ..'.ll.u nit. ,.f if i.nl.f.at.
N. i., wfctrh. bj the way. Is a liawr.
lor fi p nen who don il.o mask a-i'
lan.'.e tii(. Itiilluitor. That city n
the lorju or "Illll" Fulllvnn, who In
had expeilence In thfl New England
tnd Eastern leagues, and s now vltli
tl.e Atnetlcau i- oclatlon; also uf
William It. f I- tiler, who has iNo
I'i'n sent, i u i ' New Engl.ind
'i I'i'io, nn i in, on- jMi, in g the fialt
in Iho N.i limttl 't u'l'i implied v lth
Kru Micct-Hs In ih' Sijiiiliern Iragun.
i ni.uln h. "it . ji nt "itset In Mm--Hiring
g iii.i mi l I-1 ,r and vicln
it) on iin.ii .mi i nne b'lvepu
Burliest" l ti ! I'.uiimi.i -d Ci t -, of
.It ssed nit-mint, pm hint; In t.i for
lutr, suit Mink Itnl ' 'i no' a nhvst-
i Inn, fin tbe hnii i I if ii m 1 n
AtlSDIli li-nym n ' " in.l 'i . .Ai'il '
ibe Si'Smill In ll v Ynilc State
'taitii'. .urn v.i 'it iii.i league in 'US
itnl '.i1.' ami "h following iwo sea-
son- otfliiainl ii the Eastern league,
nntl -.In. f ibm ne luxvo botn under
ihi.liiliniliii ,. ! rfsldenl II .11. John
mil nf ili. niMlian Jongue.
Ii b i vi liloi i saving that iho posl
iton nr iiiniili l tho most tryl ig then
if In tin ..ii. i , i baseball. While, a
t-alii l,M ii i nan need nia hai
i n i 1 1 .it i, i.l i r lo bo n rood urn-
. .i in ii n.iib hnvo had nlenty tit
l i. "ii, . in mi i no bill Bullf,'iictorll.
.i ni i ' i j- argely a 1 natk. .'.
i.i'i i.m ii- . , t for It, as it were
If iiii'i' ' pi jt ssed nf ni end ;'
Mm ' sniltfiit nhllliy, n Urn
' ' .' bt. -i'ii . and sharp, am .
i' -ill iiii.x. itrow tho Miles thoui
ii i I) . I'rniil 1 1 k Ih n den I more thnu
1 i ' it- a s:. .I'd tind cnlllm; balls and
ii.i.ea and nj mse decisions. Tlu
i ' ' of ump'Ts Kill mnl.e their mli
ni1. and they will mbs n ball or
'till'- lif-v r.tid t icn d'spllu them
s1vol, ii nd will rccaslenally loso n
bas'i decliloj. !fi two pilclieiH pitch
alike, no two crtrhcrs handle tho ball
allkt, and If tliu umplie places him
relf In a posltin'i ho thinks tho best
to Judge the pi i It will be mado sumo
c.'.lur v.'uy, nnd It will thus bo lost,
and th ii'upTio must guess to tho best
of. lib. ahllllv. Yes, thtrc Is a lot of
ISU'is nr' In umpiring. To bn
Abrcdet ut ho quick nnd sharp play
ers nf tnd.1 I lie, umpire must also bo
fut,r, and th" only wny to Judge many
a iltrlklun Is tn he nt tho spot when
the r'ay I iniail. Then there can be
no bluTs, for the oMUlal Is at hanl
with lie play. Often an umpire Is
kept on iho run during tho cnll'e
taui'. nv a closo duclvlon will sic-
cof.C l chibp decision with reninrkal 1"
mrldlty, mid, ngaln, a game will imm
w lth scarcely n el 'so play In tho whole
ramp. In bn ta I thero Is no telling
wnt may uipn, so tin umplto Irul
1 1 propa'n hiiiiseir Tor tho wdist
nn 1 ha thnirul It the Lest comes bis
The mamignr and tho ball player al
wnyi. see wh'it Iho othor fellows i;ot,
but not what Ley g 't themselves
Thfl do not wniil the ether fellows fo
get nnythmr. Jim no matter ir they
haro had n f-il 'irt-uk of tho luck, tin y
will holler uni ler If tlo umplies hap
pen to c.lVi) in other s dn tho fair end
of a close dt'Oislou,
It takes n long time tn get used In
thfi niclho.it nf plnyeis. The moie
varied Ihci iiltchcr the 111010 dllllcult
he makes iho woik for the umpire, and
II hn dceelves the luitsnan, Is It any
vvundor thit ho oecaslonitly fools II. i
umpire? The player will often chne
Tlad billr, but If (hn umpire happen
cull u had ono on him, what a fiiii
lui will :nnlio nhuiit It!
I' tnkes keen oyoslght-nud 11 perffi t
Juowl'idgo of ilin ivnys of Inflohlms
tc lU'Cluo wru 'In r
mitched nr nn I 1
uveiy pplni uni
1 in are io 1 ' 1 in
n bnsi'riinnnr Is
thn player lu nftcr
11 Is his gie.itest
ii'ni'i'o If lie can.
1 have ocr wi.
Kill (JOE) EdAN.
"Truo tn 111 I friends, Joo (Inns
fought the halt!-) of his life In the
ii r enn at (lohifitild.
Cans won nntl thp decision, as Just
as could be 'lilliercd. simply ills
brines the sij mcstlon that Slier
ttculil lie unfa r I was not the ref
eree, but I tin a that had I been I
vnuld have wh ned Nelson npnliibt
lrpcsting any die of his numerous
ronls and dlsipn'.fled him on his third
oflenso rather I win lit It go to the
thirtieth. 1 nit A rltlUR this story at
Ilia ringside nil hope that no prima
nent Injury w s done the colored
boxer. In my oninlnn, Iho foul com
mltted by NcImii was as deliberate
and prcnrratig ) as any committed In
the prlic ring.
The light pr4ic.il one thing conclu
ivcly and llu' Is that Joo (Inns Is not
the Indisputable master of nil the
lightweights at 13.1 pounds. At that
weight he could punish Nelson at will
but not hard.er.oiiRh to put him away.
At that weigh', with a clover nun, he
would hnve tired the snme ns he did
with Nelson. A cleverer man would
hnve noldcd such punishment as
Nelson recelMi" and when dans was
tired would iidi haps have won.
As I sit ti tiling at the ringside I
No umpire nu mnke a siicccfs un
it ss he has tl, onfldem-c of the piny
irs. Thnt Is Ii dispensable, ll tvhy
(-now that ii will umpire without
f'ar or raoi J il will have (omparn
lively lit le ti )i lile. In hint case )ou
urn make nn 'imrnnd gel nwny with
I all right i iften happens In base
lull that n i ni will get credit for n
ui'1 consequently n run
P nlshed for his clever-
I have nfiin been naked why I tnx
my voice -n ipueli, I want everybody
ti the lleh' in hear me. I think tho
pitious of ih game like to hear nn
u.iipltc. I ili ink, too, that It enlivens
the game to havo the decisions given
In a sharp, ,i!sk way. My voice went
bick on n.f ut rblhdelpbla one day
ijick on n.r in riiiii'iieipiim unu ""
uml. as n result the game lagged and
wns dull, nnd people eft Iho ground
Worn th- cnuie was over. The fnster
tup man In tho gaiiie the more alert
must be tho umpire to make his drel-
ons nrrcct'y. Tnko n runner lll.i
liny, o: tho Cleveland, for Instance.
I ".Ivi, "me him. He Is one of the
iaMcH lui.. , the country. I llilnk
lie gets avvi 11 (he rubber quicker
th.in nny il ever saw. I vl.uuhln't
wc nder ah' ' "ivevor, that O'Neill,
or the (.'hi! it 1. Willi' ox. could heat
hun In 11 stin'ThiAiviiy. Anuthcr very
last man Is Danny Hoffman of the
New York An er'.tnns.
One of the !' ballplayers who has
romo Into tho gjnio of recent tears Is
1 "(icrmnny" Scl.efer of the Dcticill
club. He Is n very clever and bril
liant bnllplnyei .mil 11 great favorite
with tho spectilors In nil the cities
nf the circuit. lie bus n breezy way
about him that In very Inking and at
ways has his hcurt in the gnmc, and
plaja us If he liu, d It and not because
ho wns Just hire! to, Ho Is In the
game nil tho t'Eio .and It 111al.es no
difference what le Is doing he makes
ynu keep )iuir oca uii 111 111 all thu
The American League lost a very
good mnn In ".IJ'iimy" Callahan, who
who was with lui Chicago White Sox
last season, an I .vim Is now tho own
er of tin Iiidept-'.i lent Sunday nlajlng
club In Chicago, known ns tho Uigan
Squares. When Callahan was a pitch
er he was one of tho best.
Another brainy player In the Chica
go team is the vctornn dcorgo Davis,
who hns kept I', (he game a very long
time, and Is still 11 very valuable man
a power on nee mint of his fielding
abilities and h dangerous man. ow
ing tn his ability to use tho bat advan
A man who uses mighty good Judg
ment In his Wirk Is "Hobby" Wallace
of tho St. 1.011'u. Ho la' n great field
er and a Bph.idld batsman, a great
power In a tciitn at any Juncture, '
Ono of the Kindest figures In tho
game Is tho vflernu "I.nve" Crots of
tho Wiishliigtcri club, who was for mi
many years in I'hlledlphla. "l.avo"
Is n model hall player. Ho Is always
at ins post, am ays iIoch ills work
well, never gives tho umpire, nny troti'
bin nt nil, and despite tho fact thnt bo
hns played professional ball for moro
than two decades, shows no traco at
al on his years, when ho Is In tho
That big Frenchman. Napoleon l.a-
jale, continues to bo as hnrd a mnn to
lool ns thero Is In tho came, nnd ho Is
as good as ever as Is shown by tho
work bo has rinne thlH year. Ho has
n tiemendous reieli; In fact, I llilnk
bo has the gr -1111191 reach nf any man
In the game. No man makes easier
work of any nti,iurtmeiit of the game
than docs he,
Then there Is that great pair of
rla)urs lu Hi" Boston club. James J,
Collins and (barley Stabl. It Is a
pity Indeed ihnt Collins should havo
been mi hun lit appod by his own Ills
and those of hl'i team this season. Ev
er) thing scciui to have broken badly
fur hlin. Slnhl Is 0110 of tho best out
fleldeiH the g'ime ever saw. Ho Is n
nituial bom (lelder and covesr nn lm
11 ense amount of ground. Ho plays
b's pcibltloii with leroarknblo Judg
n cut, und bis ability to gather a ball
with cither hand places hlin in tho
ran hear on all stiles this: "Jlmmlu
llrltt lias the best chance of any light
weight In the world to llrl: dans." I
think so. Today's contest prmes to
me that Gans Is beatable at 133
founds ringside, Someone can do it.
The best lightweight now that (an bo
secured to essay tho task Is Jlmmlu
llrltt. JAMES COrTKOTII.
No one can make me believe any
thing hut that dans quit. I.Ike nil
in g toes, he has n faint heart, nnd ho
i.- ., ... .. -..i i.. .1... t.... ...in it..
I r.ail Hi! lie ttiiiiii'ti in mu iihik nun. uu
, ' new he did not hae n tbnticc. so he
Jiaicl down. I may have struck a little
lew In the excitement of the In-flght-
Ing. but I did not ttrlks him haril
enough to cause him to lay down nnd
i carry on the way ho did. Tho Heel-
Islon should not hno gone to (Inns.
He should hnic been made to fight
aril not let quit. I can whip dans any
day he wanfs to get Into the ring
with me, and I'll prow this before t
am through with the fighting game.
Tho fight was nn original one. Nnl
In' years has there been a contest stui
Her to ll, and never In the history of
I Ik; gnmc have lightweights given
such a performance. The first few
rounds were laughnble, for dans was
lightning fast then, and, with n sin
gle exception, Nelson did not put l
rlove on his dusky opponent's held
'iy front ranlc of fly trappers, Slnhl
i 'ii plajed ball In last company for
moro than a decade aud still Is among
Tho American league certainly has
n wonder In the eccentric "It'i'je"
V.'aildell. II took Mnnnger Mail; to
d ivelnp the uselulnesx of that player.
"Itiibc" nay bo hard to manage oft
tho ball Held, hut ho Is nil right nlicn
It comes to pitch, lie tins remarkably
duo control, far better than most left
handers. Another clever left-handed
l Jess Tnnnhlll of Ibe lioslon Ameri
cans. Eevv pitchers hnve better enn
(ml or use better Judgment In their
Many tall: of tho danger lo n pitcher
of the use of tho spit hall, but that
M m) 0f delivery seems to have no
I for of lh s, , ',
I icam. Howell seeniB to hnvo mastoid
'..... . .... . . ...
t bis ball splendidly, nnd few pltcl its
Hmvo hctter control of n hall than he.
l''cvv pitchers are using this mode
r pitching delivery this year, howev
er. They fear It will hur: their nrm.
I am glad of It, for Ihn'bnll Is ono very
difficult to Judge, for tho icason there
s no telling how It will break aft T
t comes over the rubber.
It has been n remarkable )car of
youngsters. Thero hns not been such
II crop of fast ballplayers turned ln;o
the game slnco the formation of tho
American league. St. Louis Is a not
nblo example. Hero n flrst'class
jilting catcher was secured in Itlcko)
Iroin Texas, a second baseman lu
O'llrlen, n thlid baseman In Hartzcll
miil an outfielder In Nlles. Then
Vllcher Smith has moved a notable
accession tn tho corps of pitchers, and
Catcher Spencer turned out to bo 11'
mighty good mnn. St, Louis may not
laud tho pennant this year, hut It will
make a mighty strung hid fur it lu nu
other season, and no club has 11 brlgh
One of the most successful joung
Mors vvhn bus broken Into tho game
the past twu seasons Is Haloid Chaso
of Iho New York Americans. When
hu first Joined tho club he did not
glvo an Inkling that ho would move
Ibe phenomenon that ho is today, Heiporto has shown his worth, both as a
ImH the agility of youth, remarkable
ginco and ease, a great reach and
nr body during the first round, nnd hit
Mm very rnrely after that until the
Hxth or seventh,
Dancing lightly In nnd away, dans
bit Nvlson when nnd where he pleas-
,i, nnd when the Hauler swung his
Llovcs wcro wont to miss their hoped
lor destination by feet rnther than
l.y Inches. The great crowd laughed.
Those who had never seen htm In ac
tion before laughed because they
could not Imagine a man foolish
enough to pit Nelson ngatnst such a
marvel of speed nnd science ns (Inns,
nnd the others, those who had seen
(Sans light before nnd knew his won-
'doriifl skill, laughed out of pure plea
rum nt the wonderful defense nnd
clever attack of the man from Haiti
more. In the first round dans put rights
nnd lefts, swings nnd hooks, short
nrm Jolts nnd uppcrcuts to Nelson's
head and body, nnd the wonder wns
Hint Nelson could keep his feet nnd
keep his arms working under such a
rnln of blown.
"Just Imagine that man cutting
loose In tho crowd," murmured a
doldflcld constable, standing with op
en mouth nnd saucer-like eyes close
to the ringside, nnd his thoughts
wero those of many otho rs.
To nvold being n sure loser, lliV,tllng
Nelson deliberately fouled Joe dans
In tho forty-second round of the best
nnd longest fight seen anywhere In
DOES CAPITAL PUNISHMENT DIMINISH
(Harper's Weekly.) States where the death penally exists
Tho death ;.enall, 113 a fenturo of the trial Juries havo power tn com
tho penal code. Is undergoing n pro-,mto It lei life Imprisonment,
icss of evolution which, Judging from' The right of tho Slnle to take the
Iho world's Jiirlspindcnco during tho life of 11 citizen has always been, mid
past fifty yeirs, nui't result lu lis doubtless must remain, 1111 academic
complete extinction. It now exists Iv question, although, conceding tue
lorty Slates nf the American Union nmndncss of the doctrluo nf "consent
In the Investigation of this siibjvc, 'f "ie governed" ns tho ultimate In-alx
Iho writer eaiifed Inqulrlen to he ail- f Bovctnmcntnl authority, It must he
dressed lo the Attorney dcncrals ot udmlttcil that one cannot be mnrally
these forty Stttes. nsklng their opln- held to a contract whereby he tonsenls
Ion ns to whether capital punishment that another inny Uko his life. In our
tended to dimmish inplial crime, civil Jurisprudence nn mini can give
Eighteen of tho fortv declined to ,x- n"0,,lcr lll! rlKllt lo ,1( lllm 10(1"' '"
press" an '"p?ion? Oidy sixteen the ,Sj" ' nro nlwnys void
Attorneq denerals or States which In- n "Bn 1,st '' b lc I"1 cf- "ut,tl10 cnu
lllct Iho death penalty declared the,,.- r1" '"'"T'ln '. 1 iT.?
selves ns ileirlv of the 011I11I011 thnt wllc" " ls "ll0w simply that It Is ill
ISSi'ntt nmiy; .!l '" t,om.l,nB t,,1,- "ml,cr-
nilnlsh caplL-il cilme. Tvvn of the for- rlt",,, '""l tho majority of human be
ty wcro positive In their conviction'1"8" ,I" clr In from the conimls.
that the death penalty doe.1 not tend tn
illmlnlsh capital crlnic,. and sta,.-,l
er-1""11"''"" capital crime, aim stati-u
their opinion thai the death penalty
'h'uld be abolished, while four of the
t.trt.. n.-n ......lltln.l ...... ....-..
lorty gave qualified answers.
In the five Slates of Kansas, Mnlnc,
Michigan, Rhode Island and Wiscon
sin, where cipllnl punlshmci. dooj
not exist, the Attorney (icnernls hnvci
noted no Inircnrc In capital crime
slnco the abolition of the dentil pen
alty, nnd generally express themselves
us satisfied with the conditions exist
ing In their respective States. In Mich
igan, Wisconsin nnd, lthodu Island cap.
Hal punishment wns abolished over
fifty years ago, and has not since been
re-eiincted. Though nominally iirc-
t-crlbed by law In Kansas, the death
penally inn he executed In that State
nnl' upon the dovcrnor's warrant, and
! the ivims.is dovcrnurs hnve pcrslstcnt-
, 1 declined lo issue n death warrant,
the condemned persons, moauuhlle,
remaining In prison. In 11 vo other
plays tho base v.'lth a grace nnd ease
leldom seen. Ho has been hitting the
ball remarkably hard this year and no
plnjer has contributed 11101 e to the
fciiccess or Iho team this year than he,
nnd ho Is the Idol of tho lovers of tho
gamci lu New York. New York nlso
bus a icmarknbly linn fielder lu La
Vorte, tho third baseman, secured from
tho Iluflalo nf the Knsteru league I .a
batsman and as u fielder, Delnhanly
11 1 so looks well.
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many years. Moth men were tired
when tho fight ended, but dans was
apparently tho stronger. He was
tway ahead on points nnd had smash
ed and cut Nelson all through tho
tight without being badly hurt him
nelf. Shortly after the forty-second round
began tho men were in their usual
clinch. Nelson had his head on dons'
shoulder nnd his arm down. Several
times he lilt Cans below the belt, ap
parently feeling for n vltnl spot. At
last he drew back his right arm ami
lilt flnna n vtptntl litmt- niinrnli- In
I the groin. Tho colored boy sank to
i tils knees nnd rolled over ou bis back.
Kef ci co Slier, without hesitation, or
dered Nelson to his corner nnd Award'
cd the fight to dans on n foul, Sltcr's
decision received almost unanimous
rpprovnl. The foul wns so obvious
that not even men who had bet on
Nelson could say that It had not been
(ommltted. All tliiough the long con'
test Nelson lind used rough tactics.
He repeatedly butted dans nnd had to
have his head hauled away by the rcf
nee. Slier said that, while he would not
ray that tho foul was Intentional,
there was no doubt but that It had
been committed. Nelson, h said, had
used nil tils usual tactics nil tliiough
the fight nnd, while he know that Net
Bofl wns butting whenever he had an
opportunity, he did not disqualify him
J'"" '" Y'i""' "'"" "'- M..uuh..
''' ..V"? '"" ' , 'very Person
that, in States maintaining capital
punishment, the death penalty Is nt-
llxcd lei that crime. 1'rom a personal
study or more than ZOOO cases, I am
convinced that most crimes nro com
mitted by persons who cither (1) ex
pect to escape all punishment, or CI)
who, upon the spur of the moment, nro
regardless of all punishment, or (3)
who are governed by cosmic, social or
Individual factors which render the
pinspect of punishment Inoperative as
11 deterrent agency at the tlmo of the
commission of the crime.
PICKED UP DYNAMITE.
Portland. Or., Aug. 27. When the
river toivhoat Pronto arrived hfrc to
day sho icported that her wheel
nicked up 11 sack containing forty
pounds of dynamite while near Htcll.i,
Wash., last night. The dynamite did
not explode. The crew of the Pdonto
believe thnt the dynamite wns "plant
ed" for 11 liver steamer, though not t hv
Pronto In particular, by salmon fisher
men. It Is alleged that the llshcrmcn have
threatened feveral times to dynamite
steamers which cross their seining
giounds mid cut tho nets. It Is charged 1
that frequently masters nf stcameis
arc fired upon while passing the sein
ing grounds along tho Loner C0I11111-
Strai ton Storm's
for that because ho saw that It was
not hurting dans, and as no other ref
eree had ever disqualified Nelson for
doing the same thing, he did not led
like doing It. Desldcs, the people
were there to sec the fight and he did
not want to disappoint them.
Slier was loudly cheered as be left
the ring, ns was dans, who was car
ried to his dressing room. Nelson and
bis outfit were hissed as they depart
ed. Hilly Nolan, who has made more
trouble than was thought possible for
one man to Invent, made a disconnect
ed statement In which he said that
(inns had promised not to claim the
decision on n foul, and yet with tho
very first opportunity he Jumped nt
II. All Nelson would say wns that
dans wns tired nnd quit.
dans. In' many wnys, put up the
most remarkable battle ever seen. Of
course his skill as a boxer un expect
ed to ho shown, but his endurnnce sup
I prised creriono. Ills work was tho
moro wonderful when It Is known that
In the thirty-third round he broke his
right hnnd. Never after that did ho
strike a blow with It, with the excep
tion of n few short-nrm Jolts while
clinching. He did nil his work with
his left hand and put It nil over Nel
son, dans' generalship wns shown when
he broke his hnnd. In tho thirty-
third round he landed a hard right
I hnnd punch on tho sldo of Nelson's
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face. A bone In tho hand snapped
and (Inns stepped hack with an ex
pression of pain. He limped around
Ins If he had stepped on his foot or
turned It, nnd no one rcallicd that ho
had badly Injured his right hand, at
I though It was suspected that It might
have been hurt.
dans said nftcr the fight that Net
Von Intentionally fouled him. He Bald
'ho knew he could finish Nelson, ns hu
I wns comparatively strong and-Nelson
waB growing weaker all the time. Lar
ry Sullivan announced for dans that
lip would meet Nelson In two weeks In
Innothcr fight, ns ho was sure ho cmild
whip him and did not want to tako
advantage of the foul. It Is hardly,
probable, however, that tho men will
meet again In that lime. Cans ex
plained his course In battle by Baying
that he did not want to box Nolson
for fear of tiring himself, Ic found
early In the game that he could pro
tect himself In the clinches, and also
realized that the exertion in fighting
that way was much less than. If ho
stood back nnd did some showy box
l"g. He was hitting Nelson all tho
time and maneuvering so as to make
the Dane do most of tno work.
Her: I can't understand why Mild
ted has so many admirers. Sho nei
ther plnys nor sings. Him: That's
tho answer. Chicago Tribune.
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